The basis of a long lasting & healthy relationship is trust in your partner. But is it possible to be in a relationship without trusting your partner? Several months ago, the MillennialDatingCoach posted a poll on her Instagram. The question was “Do you trust your partner?” When I clicked Yes, the results of the poll was shocking to me; 50% Yes and 50% No. I reached out to Marquita (millennialdatingcoach) to be a guest on TheRelationshiPodcast since she is certified counselor with LPC, NCC, and DCC credentials.
Can You Have A Successful and Healthy Relationship Without Trust? Outline
- Is trust the biggest key to success in a relationship?
- Have any of you ever had problems trusting your partner?
- What is your best practices to building it between two people?
- Is it more difficult for people in long distance relationship to build?
- What are 100% valid trust issues that would dissolve a relationship?
- Can you have a relationship without trusting your partner?
- Questions for Marquita
- What is the main problem(s) that you noticed that most couples have issues with today?
- What is your best advice/suggestion for people that are dating?
- What should all couples discuss with their partner before getting married?
- Resource Reads:
- Want to know more about the Millennial Dating Coach?
- Website: millennialdatingcoach.com
- Instagram: millennialdatingcoach
- Article: Is It OK To Break Up With Someone Over Text? Why It’s So Common, According To Relationship Experts
- Free PDF of “5 Ways to Know that You are Ready for a Relationship“: Text EZDATING to 797979
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